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Durga Puja is also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharadotsav is an annual Hindu festival in Southern Asia that celebrates worship of the Hindu goddess Durga. This Festival comes every twice a year, and it is celebrated from the 6 to 10 day of bright lunar fortnight.

Durga Puja – one of the famous festivals of Hindus

All Hindus usually celebrated the Durga Puja in a grand manner. People celebrate this festival for celebrating the death of Mahishasura. Durga Devi kills him with the help of all powerful goddess and especially Lord Shiva. She called by using various names; each name represents different meanings. As Kali, she looks like a black color, and she killed Mahishasura in this name.

For instance, she also called as Bhawani. As Bhawani, she is called as the symbol of love. The only god called by many names that represent various symbols is Lord Durga in the world. She is the symbol of purity, knowledge, self-realization and truth. She is the natural dynamic energy through which the supreme realization manifests itself. Without Durga, Lord Shiva has no existence and without Shiva, goddess Durga has no survival.

There are so many famous devotional songs for the Durga Puja festival that it was played during the Durga Puja. Especially it is performed during the Navaratri festival. This function is celebrated by all Hindus throughout the world in a grand manner. They are conducting Navaratri every year for the celebrating the death of Mahishasura; he is killed by Durga. That’s why Hindus praise Durga by conducting a unique festival.

Durga Puja 2017 Dates

Day 1Mahalaya 201719th September 2017Tuesday
Day 2Maha Panchami 201725th October 2017Monday
Day 3Maha Sasthi 201726th October 2017Tuesday
Day 4Maha Saptami 201727th October 2017Wednesday
Day 5Maha Ashtami 201728th October 2017Thursday
Day 6Maha Nabami 201729th October 2017Friday
Day 7Vijaya Dashami 201730th October 2017Saturday

Durga Puja 2018 Dates

Day 1Maha Panchami 201814th October 2018Sunday
Day 2Maha Sasthi 201815th October 2018Monday
Day 3Maha Saptami 201816th October 2018Tuesday
Day 4Maha Ashtami 201817th October 2018Wednesday
Day 5Maha Nabami 201818th October 2018Thursday
Day 6Vijaya Dashami 201819th October 2018Friday

Durga Puja 2019 Dates

Day 1Maha Panchami 20193rd October 2019Thursday
Day 2Maha Sasthi 20194th October 2019Friday
Day 3Maha Saptami 20195th October 2019Saturday
Day 4Maha Ashtami 20196th October 2019Sunday
Day 5Maha Nabami 20197th October 2019Monday
Day 6Vijaya Dashami 20198th October 2019Tuesday

Significance of Durga Puja in every life

During Durga Puja, Durga is in the form of Divine Mother is worshiped with various ways as Lakshmi and Saraswathi. This festival is celebrated for nine days in honor of the nine forms of Durga. At the tenth day, all people celebrate Vijayathasami. The primary significance of celebrating the Durga festival is for the protection of health and property. The celebration of Durga Puja can provide you the new confidence and protect you from all problems you are facing in your life.

Why Do We Celebrate Durga Puja 

Durga is the main reason for the celebration of Durga Puja. The reason is she killed the Mahashasura. That’s why all Hindus celebrate this event for Durga. At the time of the death of Mahashasura, she is in the form of most powerful three red eyes, bold, filled tongue and black skin. This form of the Durga is worshiped during the Durga Puja festival in Sandhikshan.

She killed him with the help of her husband, Lord Shiva. Durga killed him on the tenth day of the waxing moon. That’s why we celebrate this event on the tenth day of the Navaratri festival and praise the Durga.

How Durga Puja related to Navaratri

Durga Puja was celebrated by all Hindus throughout the globe in a great manner at the last day of the Navaratri festival. People think the celebration gives them all protection. It will remove entire bad karmas of your past lives, eliminate bad karmas from parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, protect you from the devil (there is no written evidence).

To promote the child’s birth, to strengthen the relationship between you and your mother, to improve the relationship between husband and wife and much more. Durga Puja is connected with the Navaratri festival because Durga has taken ten days to kill the Mahishasura and the Navaratri was celebrated to praise the Hindu Lord Durga with nine nights and ten days


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